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Westmeads Road
Whitstable
Kent
CT5 1QZ
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Whitstable, a unique and timeless place that creates lasting memories for the young and old. A place where the sun always shines and refreshes your soul. With the proud traditional charm of the working harbour and famous seafood establishments, its easy to understand why the local people and visitors all have Whitstable in their hearts. Whitstable Moments offers you the opportunity to preserve those timeless memories forever, whether it be simply capturing the wonderful sunsets over the Swale Estuary or the slightly old fashioned streets which remind you of days gone by.

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Pets Pantry (Pets)

BabyArk (Food & Drink)

J A High (Opticians)

Oxford Street Books (Books CDs and Games)

Pirie & Cavender Ltd (Books CDs and Games)

Clarks The Flower Shop (Florists)

Boots (Chemists)

White Stuff (Clothes)

Kim Sully Antiques (Antiques)

Laurens Antiques (Antiques)

Swalecliffe Pharmacy (Chemists)

Harbour Books (Books CDs and Games)

Boulevard Antiques (Antiques)

Woolleys (Shoes)

B&Q (DIY)

Terence Macklin Gallery (Art)

Whitstable Fine Art (Art)

L J West Gallery (Art)

H Samuel (Jewellery)

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